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Jan 22, 2013 2:30pm PST
after being convicted of trying to smuggle a large amount of cocaine to bali. her lawyer said on appeal that the british governor -- the lawyer said he would appeal and the british governor condemned the sentence. >> lynnae de standiford was expecting -- lyndsey standiford was expecting a verdict yesterday, but nothing like this. >> lyndsey standiford has been found guilty of importing narcotics. she will be sentenced to death. >> judges said she had damaged the reputation of bali and did not appear to care about the consequences of her actions. covering her head, she refused to speak to reporters as she left court. the mother of two has been in the spotlight ever since she was arrested last may in bali. a police found 4.8 kilograms of cocaine in her suitcase her lawyer said she will appeal. >> i think judges -- the judges did not take into consideration her remorse for her actions. in her previous statements she has already said she regretted what she did and has apologized to the government of indonesia. >> this judgment has shocked those in bali and around the world, but it appears t
Jan 4, 2013 3:00am PST
there are similarities all of southeast asia. we performed in bali with a group. it's a story from the [inaudible] and so the indian epiics actually the indian epiics for very common in cambodia and bali and thailand and there is a different aesthetic. all southeast asia and asia there are a lot of similarities. >> he is a male entity. he is not -- are you referring to the story? >> it's interesting you should say that. a unique indian concept is one of half male, half female. and that is -- unlike some dances the solo dancer portrays all of the parts in the story. you can portray a feminine aspect and then masculine aspect with the bow and arrow. the male has to portray feminine and the female has to portray masculine. there is a very fierce dance and a soft sort of dance and every dancer has to learn all those aspects. it's very, you know, my teacher i call him a guru in this art form you have to study very, very hard. you have to learn about all the cultural aspects. he says it's liberating because he enjoys and has to learn to bring up the feminine aspect. he's a strong character it's a challenge f
Jan 13, 2013 2:00pm PST
was caught up in the storm. bali is considered -- ballet is considered the most disciplined of the dancers appeared a group of blind students are donning their tutus. >> in a tiny dance studio, they dance i feel rather than cite. she is visually impaired. 80% of her vision is gone. she is one of many students thought to be one of the few for the blind anywhere in the world. >> my friends tell me how can you be a dancer if you are blind. i tell them this is all about my will power. >> there is a reason of the schools are filled with mirrors. dancers learn by watching. it has not stopped the students things to their teacher. >> i teach them all through touch. they touch my body as i perform the moves and then they repeated to learn. after they learn, they are determined. all i have to do is call up the news and they can repeat it. >> the class is here are free for students and open to hearing impaired in children with mental disabilities. the benefits of the ballet stan farr -- extend far beyond the classroom. >> discipline, balance. >> backstage before a recent performance in front of a pac
Jan 20, 2013 2:00pm PST
bali. to the north of here, vast expanses of desert terrain where the french are trying to drive out fighters but -- fighters affiliated with al qaeda. the french have pushed for. rebel forces control thousands of square kilometers north and east to the borders of mauritania and algeria. the french army is making its presence felt all along with mullion government forces. since it was captured by rebels after the french intervention began, the local allies have faced strong resistance trying to retake the town. >> this situation is still not very clear. in theory, there are few or no rebels there, but that needs to be confirmed. we need to see what happens in the coming days. >> and from a commander in mali, a look at the task as they try to extend government control over the whole of the country. >> it's not at all easy and there's a small part of the population helping their cause. that is what is making the fight tough. >> these are the latest images. it looks abandoned but there are fears of landmines and booby traps. the french had been hoping by now to start handing over the gr
Jan 5, 2013 5:30am EST
someone doing energy investment in bali. >> reporter: for nearly 15 years, litman has hand-pitched the group, best in books, film and movies. members in the list agreed to react or respond by e-mail with their top picks. >> who really is a culture maven. who is going to the movies every weekend. who is reading the most books, and it could be any books. >> i think there are people on the list who feel they need to bring their a-game to the list. >> jody arlington head pr in sundance and has been on the list for five years. >> i love reading everyone's responses. it's basically discovering new work, and to also kind of sharing the things that have really inspired me and i thought were fabulous. >> reporter: who else has access? among the list fehr trait commission's chairman john leibowitz, and john berman, media manager for the nfl. tom rosen field is among them and enjoys the back and forth. >> that's one of the astonishing things about this. it is at once intimidating and a little pompous, and also people are willing to say anything to -- even to strangers. >> reporter: me
Jan 25, 2013 9:00am PST
. what else do you have? >> bali. i love, love, love bali. this is an island if you are looking for incredibly generous and welcoming people, beautiful landscapes, gorgeous culture of temples, a great place to go. a brand new hotel that is stunning and steps away from the beach. this is a place where you will have access to lots that bali has to offer. i love the value. you think about going to asia as being expensive. you can get rooms for as low as $219 a night right now. >> it looks gorgeous. i've been to bali. you are right. the people are so incredibly friendly. you almost can't believe that people are opened armed there. they don't harass you as a tourist. you have one more for us. >> one more. you know, a place that's a perennial favorite is st. bartz. it's gorgeous. it's gorgeous and glamorous. you think you might not be able to feel comfortable there. what i love about hotel christopher is that it is intimate. about 20-minute drive to a charming area and what i love about it is that it is low key. what i also love about it is that every room has a day bed on the balcony
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Jan 9, 2013 6:00pm PST
, culture and people of java and bali. despite my long hair, my earring and my obvious american appearance, i was welcomed throughout that country in a way that is a reflection of the tremendous warmth of islamic cultures and societies. >> sean: all right. but that's not all. during that same speech, brennan also said this. >> we are not waging a war against terrorism because terrorism is but a tactic that will never be defeated any more than the tactic of war will. rather such thinking is a recipe he for endless conflicts. we are not at war against terror because terror is a state of mind. >> sean: that's one of the people suppose today try to keep people safe from terrorists? joining me now is the former mayor of new york, rudy guiliani and also jihad is a legitimate part of-- >> you listen to the first part. i get it, they're-- i can understand why he would be by islam and the muslim religion, the second part i don't get at all. i mean shall the fact is, all this have nonsense we're not at war against terror. they're at war against us, it's not terror, it's extremists, muslims, who are
Jan 19, 2013 2:05am PST
this lacy cami from bali that has sex appeal to it. the jacket is great. it nips right there at her waist. again, highlighting that, slimming her waistline, and some hose. >> a lucky lady. let's bring out laurie. thanks, hon. tell us what you did for laurie. >> laurie says she tends to gain weight all over. lawry is so cute. how can you not love laurie? she just wanted a fun, casual look that's for work, so i gave her this flowy printed top that kind of just skims over her midsection. this blazer from old navy really nipping in at the waist. again, hitting at the right point on her leg. just, you know, at the thinnest part of her thigh, and some nice skinny jeans that she says she was so surprised she could wear these. she looks so great. >> let's bring all of our models out. thanks, ladies. thank you. >> luke perry will be here next week, and funny man darrell hammond. >> and a performance by aaron neville. >> have a great weekend, everybody. >> god bless. >> take care. bye-bye. >> where are you going to be? >> in new orleans this weekend. >> lisa well chell. >> i have nothing in this. >
Jan 8, 2013 6:00pm PST
. >> a geology student captured images of the collapse. these ones in fact. the famous arch at tennessee bali beach along the marin county coast crashed down last month. cbs 5 reporter john ramos talked to the man who saw it come down. >>> reporter: they say earth's geology is a study of time and pressure. and that was put on display 10 days ago when the familiar arch at tennessee beach in marin county came crashing down. >> who i saw it, i was like what, what? >> reporter: lindsey sinclair grew up with the arch. >> we would hike up over the hills and go down to the beach and the arch was just part -- we would just sit there and look at it in awe. >> reporter: robert wills is ironically a geology student at cal tech. he was on the beach that day and began snapping pictures when the rocks started to fall. >> gradually each picture looked crazier and crazier and the whole hillside collapsed and had rocks the size of maybe a small car and more like a piano sized rock falling off. >> reporter: wills had come to watch the stormy conditions. but he doesn't think
Jan 29, 2013 4:00am EST
at ibra, which was the indonesian bank reconstruction agency during the bank bali scandal when a third party company was paid as a front for the gold part company for services that were not required under the restructuring law. furthermore, he has no operational mining experience whatsoever. and you have to contrast echo budiento against an individual like brock gill who is a world class ceo, relocating from the tollway project in gone goal ya or against the chairman, an independent chairman like dr. wallace king who built layton into the largest contract mining company in the world. it could not be more black and white, the choice that shareholders have. >> what you highlight here is one of the issues with a company like this. the whole idea was to go into a growth market like indonesia and that is to go on board with a lot of indonesian experts. you're going to have those political connections, the lack of independence, i guess, in some ways if you do want to pursue a market like indonesia. >> well, first of all, wallace king built layton into the biggest mining company, the biggest
Jan 10, 2013 6:00am PST
integrated from england to australia. which i was 14. we stopped in bali and indonesia along the way. we didn't understand riptides and things like that. we got caught in a riptide and did the exact wrong thing and got to the point of exhaustion. yeah, kind of got to the point of giving up. suddenly there was sand beneath my mother's feet and she was able to pull me in. in t was very scary and left me with a advertisable fear of the wate water. >> obviously, this nomination and the other attention of this is now getting the award season will bring a lot of eyeballs to the film that a lot of people have yet to know a lot about. >> congratulations to you, you can now go back to sleep, although i bet your phone is ringing off the hook. >> it's buzzing in my head. >> go answer your well-wishers. >> shall we go to the man of the hour. >> indeed, we should. seth macfarlane. they're doing what is sometimes stiff the naming of the nominations. emma stone. as well. >> we need to say thank you, seth. it was such a cheerful way to start the day. a little different. completely different. >> i'm just a wo
Jan 8, 2013 5:00pm EST
or doing, not just in terms of bali but in terms of extremists? >> i'm not going to gets into specifics on operations but we understand the serious threat that terrorist groups pose in north africa. we're working closely with our partners in the region to try to find a way to authority their activities. the united states is committed to going after terrorists no matter where they might be to protect american's interests and our partners and all lies around the world. >> there was some reports about -- is there -- do we know what the situation is with that? >> in mali or elsewhere? >> in africa specifically. >> we have different relationships in africa that we, of course, look to and value. we do in some cases provide training support to militaries on the continent. it is an important part of the world for a number of reasons. mike? >> i think i missed it but where are we with general john allen? has the report been completed? >> i don't have an update on the investigation but the secretary and general allen had a very good discussion this morning on the situation in afghanistan. they ha
Jan 14, 2013 1:00pm PST
and deadly moves in somalia and bali. chris, what's going on? >> officials are very worried that al qaeda may be establishing a safe haven in africa the same way they did in afghanistan 12 to 13 years ago. they are joining an international effort to try to aggressively go after the affiliates there. after a disastrous rescue mission over the weekend, it shows how dangerous it can be to operate in that part of the world. american soldiers were back on the ground as a bloody battle to rescue hostages ended in disaster and death. for a lot of americans, somali conjures up images of black hawk down. this time the americans did not take the lead. they were backing up a french resc rescue quad. >> they encountered resistance and all-around a botched attempt. >> they're set fighter jets into airspace and they were not needed in the mission. they flew in at night and faced resistance from the islamist who is killed two soldiers and likely the options. >> the french intelligence agent was abducted and they said factors triggered the rescue mission with the about the and the weather-clearing. >> they'r
Jan 16, 2013 8:00pm EST
, then we should look at additional support for anti bali activities in our schools. -- anti bullying activities in our schools. >> some of these overlap. firstly, funding. yes, please, we do. there are a number of ways we use it. in my city, the lion's share of public schools in my district are in our city. we know how they are strapped. yes to the funding peace. to the met ipod keith walker -- piece. they are having a bad today -- that day to day. what is going on? have you seen his facebook page? i am being bullied on facebook. all of these things that lead us to bend to -- to mental health issues. an officer on the street today gets called because someone is having an episode of some nature. maybe a family member calls or a co-worker calls. having some sort of episode. the officer comes. evaluates, and determines something is going on here. this person needs to be seen. they have committed no crime a lot of the time. in minnesota, and i think this is similar throughout our country, they execute a 72 hour hold. a lot of people say, good. the situation is resolved for 72 hours. this
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